Boston-a sneak peek

I spent this past weekend in the city of Boston, Massachusetts and I just have to say that I had a fabulous time. While I had no doubt that I would enjoy my visit to the largest metropolis in New England, I didn’t think I would fall as head over heels for it as I did. Granted, if I had traveled there during wintertime (you know Boston is synonymous with round the clock, epic like blizzards), my outlook would “probably” be a tad (a lot) different, but in early September, the weather was just gorgeous. Beautiful blue skies and lush verdant greenery along with high temperatures, perfect reminders that summertime is indeed “still alive and cookin’.”

I also took a ton of photos while I was there-over 250 to be exact. To me this is always a sign that one, I had a great trip and two, it was a wonderful destination since there was so much that I wanted to photograph. I have many new posts to write and share but here are a few favorite photos from last weekend.

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Which one is your favorite? Is Boston a city you’d like to visit?

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    September 8, 2015 at 7:00 pm

    Glad to hear you had such a fab time in Boston!

    How do I pick a favorite?! They all have a particular beauty about them. You do have the eye of an artist!

    If pressed, I’d have to choose the graveyard photo. Lots of contrast. I feel like I’m standing right there.

    I would love to visit Boston again. Last time I was there I was visiting a relative with my family. I don’t remember much about it.

    Looking forward to your future Boston trip posts! πŸ™‚

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      September 14, 2015 at 9:41 am

      It was definitely hard for me selecting just four photos to include πŸ™‚ But yes, Boston was a fantastic city and in early September, utterly photogenic! Hopefully I will get my act together and start writing some more Boston posts this week. I do look forward to returning there sometime!

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